На Энергомаше стартовала проектная сессия для учащихся Ломоносовской гимназии МГУ

Source: Russia Federal Space

#НПО Энергомаш#МГУ05.03.2021 09:40
На Энергомаше стартовала проектная сессия для учащихся Ломоносовской гимназии МГУ
В Научно-производственном объединении «Энергомаш» имени академика В.П. Глушко (входит в состав Госкорпорации «Роскосмос») стартовала проектная неделя для учащихся Ломоносовской гимназии Московского государственного университета имени М.В. Ломоносова — участников совместного с НПО Энергомаш проекта «Перспективные способы охлаждения камеры сгорания».
Знакомство гимназистов с рабочей группой НПО Энергомаш состоялось в октябре 2020 года в дистанционном формате. Группа специалистов Конструкторского бюро во главе с начальником сектора ведения электронной структуры и компоновки Дмитрием Булгаковым познакомила ребят с устройством жидкостного ракетного двигателя и камеры сгорания, теорией теплообмена. В практической части в формате дистанционного обучения ребята попробовали посчитать и построить профиль камеры сгорания.
Валерий Сметанин, заместитель генерального директора по персоналу и социальной политике: «Прошлый год не позволял в очном режиме общаться с детьми. Поэтому сегодня в своем роде знаковое событие — мы начинаем проектную неделю с гимназией МГУ, в которой учатся будущие математики и инженеры. Очень целеустремленные и заинтересованные ребята — из 9 участников нашего проекта 3 уже успели побывать в „Сириусе“. Но пока эти ребята знакомы только с теорией.
Энергомаш — первое предприятие, на котором они побывают, где увидят, что такое конструирование жидкостных ракетных двигателей, и как организовано производство. Мы обязательно проведём для них экскурсию, познакомим с историей и текущими задачами предприятия. И в проекте мы даем им прикладные задачи, важные как для нашего холдинга ракетного двигателестроения, так и Роскосмоса в целом».
Как рассказал начальник сектора цифрового проектирования сложных ДСЕ Роман Коновалов, участники проекта и энергомашевские специалисты впервые увидели друг друга в лицо и сразу началась плодотворная работа. Гимназисты приступили к созданию электронных моделей камеры сгорания на основании тех расчетов, что были ими подготовлены самостоятельно.
«Видно, что ребятам интересно. И уверен, когда появятся первые зримые плоды работы — будет создан в трехмерной модели прообраз камеры сгорания — их заинтересованность только приумножится», — уверен Роман Коновалов.
В течение проектной недели участники проекта будут совместно работать над непростой задачей по снижению температуры внутренней стенки камеры сгорания двигателей. Задача конструкторов Энергомаша — дать ребятам достаточно знаний и помочь сформировать те навыки, которые позволят продуктивно работать дальше как в очном, так и в дистанционном формате.

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Moscow Exchange announces results for the full year 2020

Source: Moscow Stock Exchange

Moscow Exchange (MOEX) today announces its financial results in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for the year ended 31 December 2020. Fee and commission income (F&C) grew across every business line, driving another year of record F&C income. Overall, F&C rose by 30.9%, the largest increase in MOEX’s history as a public company, resulting in a 24.6% expansion of net income.
Unless stated otherwise, all figures below refer to performance in 2020 and all comparisons are with the previous year.
KEY FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2020
F&C income surged by 30.9% to a record of RUB 34.3 bln as all F&C business lines posted growth.
F&C share of operating income reached an all-time high of nearly 76% in Q4’20 and 71% in FY’20.
Net interest income (NII) decreased 15.3% to RUB 14.2 bln on the back of declining interest rates.
Operating expenses added 8.5%, in line with guidance.
Adjusted net profit grew 13.8% to reach RUB 25.2 bln.
KEY BUSINESS & CORPORATE HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2020
MOEX hosted 3 IPOs and 4 SPOs as equity capital markets activity gained steam. Seven Russian companies incorporated abroad obtained a secondary listing on MOEX, further contributing to diversification of the domestic market.
MOEX remains the main venue for debt capital raising by Russian corporates. 170 corporates, including 48 newcomers, placed 688 bond issues raising a total of nearly RUB 4 trillion in 2020.
Nearly five million new retail investors opened brokerage accounts in 2020, bringing the total number of retail clients to 8.8 mln at year-end. As of today this number is over 10.3 mln clients.
MOEX launched an evening trading session on the Equities Market. By year-end, it accounted for 8% of total daily equities trading and for 9% by February 2021.
MOEX launched trading in international stocks. 87 foreign stocks are available as of today, with plans to grow that number to more than 250 names by the end of 2021.
Personal finance platform Finuslugi – also known as the Marketplace project – launched in October. At this time all bank deposit products as well as compulsory car insurance (OSAGO) are available on Finuslugi. The product offering will continue to expand throughout 2021.
Yury Denisov, Chief Executive Officer of Moscow Exchange, said:
“Despite the pandemic, the last year was a very successful one for Moscow Exchange and the Russian financial market as a whole. Russian businesses raised in excess of RUB 4 trillion from institutional and private investors via the issuance of equities and bonds on MOEX. By expanding trading hours and rolling out new instruments such as international equities, Eurobonds and derivatives, we significantly broadened opportunities for investors to trade on the exchange. Major investments in IT, cybersecurity, risk management systems and compliance have resulted in the extremely high reliability of our systems. And the efforts of all market participants to promote the capital markets amongst the Russian population combined with the creation of interfaces that make accessing the market easy led to explosive growth in the number of retail investors. The arrival of new investors means we need to grow and develop educational programs. It’s of critical importance that retail investors trade responsibly and invest to grow their capital for the long term. ”
“More and more retail investors are not only trading on our platform, but also becoming our shareholders. As of today, their number exceeds 190,000. And I have good news for them and for our institutional investors: net profit growth made it possible for the Supervisory Board to recommend the highest ever dividend in MOEX’s history — RUB 9.45 per share, an increase of nearly 20% versus the prior year.”
Max Lapin, Chief Financial Officer of Moscow Exchange, said:
“In the second half of the year, our fee and commission income growth accelerated. The key drivers were additional volumes generated by retail investors, an active primary bond market and increased corporate client activity across several markets. As a result, in the fourth quarter we posted a new F&C record for the fifth quarter in a row, surpassing the RUB 10 bln mark for the first time. For 2020 we delivered the strongest full year F&C income growth to date as well – an unprecedented increase of 30.9% – with every business line posting double-digit growth. Equities were the fastest-growing market in 2020, nearly doubling fees and commissions year-on-year, underlining the rise of retail investors.”
“Net interest income (NII) in 2020 followed the dynamics of lower interest rates both in Russia and globally, contracting by 15.3% year-on-year as one would expect. This decline was more than offset by the growth in fees and commissions. As a result, operating income grew by 12.4% year-on-year. We also reached a strategic milestone with the share of operating income accounted for by fees and commissions surpassing the 70% mark in 2020. MOEX is well on track to deliver on strategic financial goals in terms of operating income growth and the split between F&C income and NII. On the cost side, OPEX growth came in at 8.5% YoY, which was the top end of our FY2020 guidance range of 7.5% – 8.5% YoY. Net profit was up by 24.6%. CAPEX for the year stood at RUB 3.2 bln, above the FY2020 guidance range of RUB 2.6 – 2.8 bln. The entire CAPEX overrun was the result of our conscious decision to front-load certain software expenses to capture price savings – a decision that we had previously discussed with the investment community. ”
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
RUB mln
FY 2020
FY 2019
Change
Q4 2020
Q4 2019
Change
Operating income
48,591.0
43,229.5
12.4%
13,266.8
11,182.4
18.6%

Fee and commission income

34,268.2
26,181.4
30.9%
10,046.5
7,102.5
41.5%

Net interest and other finance income (NII)[1]

14,158.7
16,713.0
-15.3%
3,168.9
4,070.6
-22.2%
Core NII – Core NII – NII less realized gains or losses on investment portfolio revaluation [2]
13,227.8
15,218.7
-13.1%
3,193.4
3,661.3
-12.8%

Other operating income

164.1
335.1
-51.0%
51.4
9.3
452.7%
Operating expenses
16,750.0
15,435.3
8.5%
4,710.8
4,048.8
16.4%

Personnel expenses

8,459.3
7,113.9
18.9%
2,389.2
1,784.4
33.9%

D&A and IT maintenance

4,938.5
4,928.7
0.2%
1,347.8
1,302.7
3.5%

Professional services

465.6
538.4
-13.5%
152.5
163.8
-6.9%

Other general and administrative expenses

2,886.6
2,854.3
1.1%
821.3
797.9
2.9%
Profit before other operating expenses and tax
31,841.0
27,794.2
14.6%
8,556.0
7,133.6
19.9%
Other operating gains/(expenses)
-0.9
-2,614.8
nm
321.5
63.1
nm
Net profit
25,170.5
20,200.6
24.6%
6,847.8
5,749.1
19.1%
Basic earnings per share, RUB
11.2
9.0
24.6%
3.0
2.6
19.1%
 
Reconciliation of adjusted metrics
Net profit
25,170.5
20,200.6
24.6%
6,847.8
5,749.1
19.1%

Other operating expenses / (income) (one-off provisions and movements in allowance for ECLs under IFRS 9)

0.9
2,396.5
nm
-321.5
-63.1
nm

Deferred taxes related to one-off provisions and movements in allowance for ECLs under IFRS 9

-0.2
-479.3
nm
64.3
12.6
nm
Adjusted net profit
25,171.2
22,117.8
13.8%
6,590.6
5,698.6
15.7%
 
EBITDA
35,188.9
28,726.7
22.5%
9,756.7
8,136.9
19.9%

Other operating expenses / (income) (one-off provisions and movements in IFRS 9 allowance)

0.9
2,396.5
nm
-321.5
-63.1
nm
Adjusted EBITDA
35,189.8
31,123.2
13.1%
9,435.2
8,073.8
16.9%
Adjusted EBITDA margin
72.4%
72.0%
0.4 pp
71.1%
72.2%
-1.1 pp

PERFORMANCE OF KEY BUSINESS LINES
RUB mln
FY 2020
FY 2019
Change
Q4 2020
Q4 2019
Change
Equities Market
Fee and commission income, RUB mln
4,227.4
2,264.0
86.7%
1,178.6
704.2
67.4%
Trading volumes, RUB bln
23,904.7
12,443.1
92.1%
6,700.9
3,861.1
73.5%
Bond Market
Fee and commission income, RUB mln
2,942.5
2,551.4
15.3%
989.0
762.2
29.8%
Trading volumes (ex. overnight bonds), RUB bln
26,157.0
22,360.1
17.0%
7,899.2
6,834.6
15.6%
FX Market
Fee and commission income, RUB mln
4,276.1
3,547.4
20.5%
1,142.6
857.5
33.2%
Trading volumes, RUB bln
328,945.9
308,274.4
6.7%
88,492.6
70,028.1
26.4%
Money Market
Fee and commission income, RUB mln
8,612.0
6,979.5
23.4%
2,578.5
1,767.7
45.9%
Trading volumes, RUB bln
426,781.5
346,347.1
23.2%
117,135.8
95,153.3
23.1%
Derivatives Market
Fee and commission income, RUB mln
3,939.8
2,852.6
38.1%
1,097.0
780.5
40.6%
Trading volumes, RUB bln
129,863.8
82,370.2
57.7%
37,190.7
20,378.1
82.5%
Depository and Settlement Services
Fee and commission income, RUB mln
6,524.9
5,226.8
24.8%
2,023.5
1,426.0
41.9%
Average assets under custody, RUB bln
53,802.0
47,766.0
12.6%
58,802.7
50,582.5
16.3%
Other fee and commission income (IT Services, Listing and other fee income)
Information services, RUB mln
1110.6
859.6
29.2%
272.6
214.7
27.0%
Sale of software and tech. services, RUB mln
956.7
901.8
6.1%
287.8
305.1
-5.7%
Listing and other services, RUB mln
811.2
674.6
20.2%
269.3
237.3
13.5%
Other fee income, RUB mln
867.0
323.7
167.8%
207.6
47.3
338.9%
Net interest and other finance income
Net interest and other finance income, RUB mln
14,158.7
16,713.0
-15.3%
3,168.9
4,070.6
-22.2%
Investment portfolio, RUB bln
843.9
765.4
10.3%
924.9
777.3
19.0%
The total market capitalization of the Equities Market at the end of 2020 was RUB 51.43 trln (USD 694.74 bln). Fee and commission income from the Equities Market was up 86.7% on the back of a corresponding increase in trading volumes. A modest divergence between fee and volume dynamics is the result of the tariff structure that incentivizes higher volumes traded.
Fee income from the Bond Market increased 15.3% with a corresponding increase in trading volumes of 17.0%. Primary market volumes (excluding placements of overnight bonds) increased 28.5%, driven by corporate placements.
Fee income from the FX Market was up 20.5%. Trading volumes added 6.7%. Spot volumes expanded by 43.9%, while swap volumes declined by 3.7%. The trading volume mix shifted towards the more profitable spot segment following higher volatility and the demand for CCP-based, on-exchange services rather than OTC in the current economic conditions.
Money Market fee income increased by 23.4% following a nearly identical expansion in trading volumes of 23.2%. GCC-repo volumes increased 38.9% to RUB 75.1 trln in. Non-CCP repo with the Federal Treasury rose to RUB 22.3 trln for 2020 versus only RUB 22.6 bln in 2019 following a migration to the on-exchange interface. The resulting effective fee remained virtually flat due to the compensating effects of GCC-repo and Non-CCP repo with the Federal Treasury.
The Derivatives Market generated a 38.1% growth of F&C income. The trading volume growth of 57.7% was mainly driven by a twofold expansion of FX derivatives volumes (+113.4%) and a sharp rise in index derivatives trading (+69.1%). Together with the contraction of commodity derivatives, these two factors explain the discrepancy between fees and volumes.
The Other fee income line includes an additional fee on EUR balances of 0.2% above the ECB rate that was introduced at the beginning of the year. The additional fee explains the 131.0% surge in the Other fee income line. Listing and other services grew 20.2%, while information services added 29.2%.
The cash position[3] at the end of 2020 was RUB 103.90 bln. The company had no debt as of the end of the reporting period.
Capex for the year was RUB 3.24 bln, all of which was spent on purchases of equipment and software as well as software development.
Moscow Exchange’s consolidated IFRS financial statements for FY 2020 are available on the Investor Relations section of the company’s web site.
The FY and Q4 2020 IFRS Financial Results webcast is scheduled for 5 March 2021 at 4:00 pm (Moscow time).
Contacts:Investor Relations: Public Relations:
NOTES TO EDITORS
About Moscow Exchange
Moscow Exchange Group operates Russia’s main trading platform for equities, bonds, derivative instruments, currencies, money market instruments and commodities. The Group includes the central securities depository (National Settlement Depository), and a clearing center (National Clearing Centre), performing the functions of central counterparty on the markets, which allows Moscow Exchange to offer its clients the full spectrum of trading and post-trading services. Moscow Exchange held the initial public offering of its shares on 15 February 2013 (ticker MOEX).
Disclaimers
Some of the information in these materials may contain projections or other forward-looking statements regarding future events or the future financial performance of the Company. You can identify forward looking statements by terms such as “expect”, “believe”, “anticipate”, “estimate”, “intend”, “will”, “could,” “may” or “might” the negative of such terms or other similar expressions. The Company wishes to caution you that these statements are only predictions and that actual events or results may differ materially. The Company does not intend to update these statements to reflect events and circumstances occurring after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events. Many factors could cause the actual results to differ materially from those contained in projections or forward-looking statements of the Company, including, among others, general economic conditions, the competitive environment, risks associated with operating in the Russian Federation, rapid technological and market change in the industries the Company operates in, as well as many other risks specifically related to the Company and its operations.
 
[1] Calculated as the sum of interest and other finance income, gains/losses on FVTOCI and foreign exchange gains less losses minus interest expense.
[2] Calculated as the sum of interest and other finance income and foreign exchange gains less losses less interest expense (compared to net interest and other finance income, excludes gains/losses on FVTOCI).
[3] Cash position is calculated as the sum of Cash and cash equivalents, Financial assets at fair value through profit and loss, Due from financial institutions, Financial assets at fair value though other comprehensive income, Current tax prepayments and Other financial assets less Balances of market participants, Overnight bank loans, Distributions payable to holders of securities, Margin account, Liabilities related to assets held for sale, Current tax payables and Other financial liabilities.

MIL OSI

Moscow Exchange to convene AGM in absentia on 28 April

Source: Moscow Stock Exchange

At its meeting on 4 March 2021, the Supervisory Board of Moscow Exchange set the date of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) as 28 April 2021, with the meeting to be held in absentia[1].
The record date for participation in the AGM is 5 April 2021.
The Board approved the AGM agenda, which will include approval of the company’s 2020 annual report, distribution of FY 2020 profit including the size of the dividend as well as election of a new Supervisory Board.
The Board also approved the following candidates nominated to the Supervisory Board and to be elected at the AGM.
Ramón Adarraga, independent adviser. Independent Director.
Paul A. Bodart, Member of the Supervisory Board, NSD. Independent Director.
Oleg Viyugin, Professor at the Higher School of Economics. Independent Director.
Maria Gordon, Independent Director at ALROSA and Polyus. Independent Director.
Valery Goreglyad, Chief Auditor at the Bank of Russia. Non-executive Director.
Dmitry Eremeev, Founder and President, FIX. Independent Director.
Bella Zlatkis, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board at Sberbank. Non-Executive Director.
Alexander Izosimov, CEO, M.Video. Independent Director.
Maxim Krasnykh, COO at Gett. Independent Director.
Vadim Kulik, Deputy President – Deputy Chairman of the Management Board at VTB Bank. Independent Director.
Sergey Lykov, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board at VEB.RF. Non-executive candidate.
Oskar Hartmann, Founder and President, Hartmann Holdings. Independent Director.
Eight of the 12 candidates nominated for the Board meet the criteria for independence.
Shareholders of Moscow Exchange (individuals and legal entities) may participate in the AGM by completing electronic voting ballots using the E-voting platform, via the registrar STATUS’s online Shareholder Account platform or by sending a hard copy ballot by post.
To participate in the AGM, an individual shareholder needs only to have the registered account with the State Services Portal (Gosuslugi) or obtain a one-time login and password from the registrar STATUS.
More than 190,000 individuals and in excess of 1,000 legal entities are shareholders of Moscow Exchange. The company’s free float stands at 63%, one of the highest among Russian corporates.
The AGM agenda and materials are available on the Exchange’s website.
 
[1] Subject to the law taking effect from 6 March 2021 which will keep in effect an option to convene AGMs in absentia.

MIL OSI

MOEX Supervisory Board recommends record dividends

Source: Moscow Stock Exchange

On 4 March 2021, the Moscow Exchange Supervisory Board recommended that the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) approve a dividend for 2020 of RUB 9.45 per share, the highest ever dividend in the company’s history. For 2019, the dividend was RUB 7.93 per share.
The total recommended dividend amounts to RUB 21.5 bln, or 85% of the company’s IFRS net profit for 2020.
The AGM will take place on 28 April 2021. The AGM record date is 5 April 2021.
According to the company’s dividend policy adopted in autumn 2019, MOEX seeks to pay the company’s entire free cash flow out in the form of dividends, subject to capital expenditures necessary to support the business and investment in the company’s future growth, as well as regulatory requirements imposed on MOEX’s subsidiaries such as National Settlement Depository (NSD) and National Clearing Center (NCC). The dividend payout floor was set at 60% of the company’s consolidated net profit under IFRS.
Oleg Viyugin, Chairman of the Moscow Exchange Supervisory Board, said:”MOEX delivered strong operating and financial results in 2020. This allowed the Supervisory Board to recommend that the upcoming AGM increase the dividend by almost 20% versus the 2019 payout. Moscow Exchange traditionally pays out in dividends one of the highest shares of net profit among Russian issuers, demonstrating our commitment to high quality corporate governance.”
More than 190,000 individuals and more than 1,000 legal entities are shareholders of Moscow Exchange. The company’s free float stands at 63%, one of the highest free floats among Russian corporates.

MIL OSI

Основной и дублирующий экипажи МКС-65 продолжают сдавать экзамены

Source: Russia Federal Space

#ЦПК#Главное#Пилотируемая космонавтика#МКС#МКС-65#Союз МС-1805.03.2021 08:15
Основной и дублирующий экипажи МКС-65 продолжают сдавать экзамены

Экзамен по ручному причаливанию и перестыковке транспортного пилотируемого корабля «Союз МС» на специализированном тренажёре «Дон-Союз» сдали командир основного экипажа МКС-65, космонавт Роскосмоса Олег Новицкий, бортинженер, космонавт Роскосмоса Пётр Дубров, а следом — их дублёры, космонавты Роскосмоса Антон Шкаплеров и Олег Артемьев.
В процессе экзаменационной тренировки космонавты выполняли по четыре режима, первый из которых — перестыковка с одного стыковочного узла российского сегмента Международной космической станции на другой.
«В первом режиме нештатных ситуаций не было — это была штатная перестыковка, она вообще не осуществляется автоматически, — пояснил ведущий инженер Центра подготовки космонавтов Юрий Клюев.- А вот причаливание подразумевает возникновение нештатных ситуаций, которые, к примеру, могут случиться в тот момент, когда космонавты выполнили облёт станции, находятся напротив стыковочного узла и уже начинают причаливать. На экзамене необходимо распознать нештатную ситуацию и продемонстрировать комиссии алгоритм действий по выходу из неё».
По словам Юрия Клюева, экзаменационные тренировки напрямую связаны с программами полёта.
«Смена экипажей на Международной космической станции, запуск модуля „Наука“ — всё это сопровождается перестыковками и другими процессами, которыми космонавты должны управлять в разных режимах», — подчеркнул инженер ЦПК.
Основной и дублирующий экипажи МКС-65 успешно справились с поставленными задачами. Впереди у них экзаменационные тренировки по ручному управляемому спуску корабля «Союз МС», типовые полётные сутки на тренажере российского сегмента МКС и другие испытания. Старт транспортного пилотируемого корабля «Союз МС-18» с экипажем 65-й длительной экспедиции запланирован на апрель 2021 года с космодрома Байконур.

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Российские лыжницы – серебряные призёры Чемпионата мира в эстафете

Source: Russia Ministry of Sport

Сегодня, 4 марта, на Чемпионате мира по лыжным видам спорта в Оберстдорфе (Германия) были разыграны медали в женской эстафете 4х5 км.

Россиянки Яна Кирпиченко, Юлия Ступак, Татьяна Сорина и Наталья Непряева завоевали серебряную медаль. Победили норвежки с результатом 53 минуты 43,2 секунды, опередив наших девушек на 26,6 секунды. Бронзовая награда досталась представительницам Финляндии (+46,2).

В активе российской команды теперь три медали – ранее Александр Большунов стал чемпионом мира в скиатлоне на 30 км и вместе с Глебом Ретивых они взяли «бронзу» в командном спринте.

В пятницу состоится мужская эстафета 4х10 км. Чемпионат мира по лыжным видам спорта завершится 7 марта.

В связи с решением Спортивного арбитражного суда по спору между Всемирным антидопинговым агентством (ВАДА) и Российским антидопинговым агентством (РУСАДА) российские спортсмены не могут использовать Государственный флаг и Государственный гимн Российской Федерации на чемпионатах мира до 16 декабря 2022 года. На Чемпионате мира российские лыжники, прыгуны с трамплина и двоеборцы выступают в статусе команды Russian Ski Federation под флагом Олимпийского комитета России. 

Министерство спорта Российской Федерации поздравляет женскую команду, тренерский штаб и Федерацию лыжных гонок России с «серебром» Чемпионата мира и желает новых достижений и побед!

Фото: @russianskiteam

Пресс-служба Минспорта России

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Risk parameters change for the security FCX-RM

Source: Moscow Stock Exchange

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Risk parameters change for the security TTWO-RM

Source: Moscow Stock Exchange

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Линия генерального. Выпуск 11

Source: Russia Federal Space

#Роскосмос#Линия генерального#Дмитрий Рогозин#Космодромы#Байконур#Арктика-М#Главное04.03.2021 19:29
Линия генерального. Выпуск 11
Одиннадцатый выпуск серии фильмов «Хроника русского космоса. Линия генерального». Рабочая поездка генерального директора Госкорпорации «Роскосмос» Дмитрия Рогозина пуск ракеты-носителя «Союз-2» 28 февраля 2021 года.
Она вывела на околоземную орбиту новый спутник «Арктика-М» № 1. Это первый российский космический аппарат для мониторинга климата и окружающей среды в Арктике. Спутник создан для работы на высокоэллиптической орбите. «Арктика-М» будет решать задачи метеорологии, гидрологии, агрометеорологии.
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Oficjalna strona Prezydenta Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej / Dla mediów / Zapowiedzi prasowe / Udział Prezydenta RP w VII edycji charytatywnych zawodów w narciarstwie alpejskim „12H Slalom Maraton Zakopane 2021”

Source: President of Poland in Polish

7 marca (niedziela) o godz. 7.30 Prezydent Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej Andrzej Duda weźmie udział w VII edycji charytatywnych zawodów w narciarstwie alpejskim „12H Slalom Maraton Zakopane 2021” (Stacja dolna dużej kolei na Polanie Szymoszkowej).

Planowane jest wystąpienie Prezydenta RP.

Akredytacje przyjmuje Urząd Miasta Zakopane pod adresem: https://www.zakopane.pl/formularz-akredytacyjny do 5 marca 2021 r. (piątek) do godz. 12.00. Informacji dotyczących akredytacji oraz obsługi prasowej udziela Zofia Stefania Kiełpińska, tel.: 602 794 626.

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